The Week Ahead: National Small Business Week
Small Business Week runs from April 30-May 6.
Our Census Business Builder data tool is a great way for students to develop their research skills and an interest in entrepreneurship.
Explore our Statistics in Schools activity that has students gathering and analyzing information entrepreneurs may consider when opening a business.
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In May, we celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
🚲 May also marks National Bike Month.
Learn about upcoming observances and celebrations with Stats for Stories.
2022 Voting and Registration
On Tuesday, the Census Bureau will release new data on voting and registration from the 2022 Current Population Survey November Voting and Registration supplement. These data provide information on method of voting, reasons for not participating in elections and demographics of voters. The statistics presented are based on responses to survey inquiries about whether individuals were registered and/or voted in specific national elections.
Census Bureau Releases 2022 Annual Building Permits Data
The U.S. Census Bureau released final 2022 annual estimates of housing units authorized by building permits. Data include estimates at the national level, census region, census division, state, metropolitan area, county, and permit-issuing place. Two new accompanying map-based data visualizations allow users to view and compare data at the state, county, and metro areas with greater ease than ever before.
The Annual Building Permits Survey provides national, state, and local statistics on new privately owned residential construction. All places issuing building permits for privately owned residential structures are covered in the survey. More than 99% of all privately owned residential buildings constructed are in permit-issuing places.
Mark your calendar!
The next National Advisory Committee Meeting will take place this Thursday and Friday.
Kicking off day 1, Census Bureau Director Robert Santos and Deputy Director Dr. Ron Jarmin will provide executive remarks, and Jordan Misra of the Decennial Census Management Division will present 2030 Federal Register Notice comments and feedback.